Feb 18, 2021 3:19 PM

Online performance of first woman Kanza chief who lived in Lawrence by granddaughter

Posted Feb 18, 2021 3:19 PM

In celebration of Women's History Month, Women for Kansas is hosting a Zoom performance by Pauline Sharp (citizen of the Kaw Nation) titled "Kanza Chief Lucy."

In the Chautauqua-style, Pauline portrays her grandmother, Lucy Tayiah Eads, the first woman chief of the Kanza who lived in Lawrence, Kansas in the 1950s. The performance surveys Kanza history through the lens of Eads experiences.

Please join us for this event on Saturday March 20, 10:30 a.m. (on Zoom).

All are welcome. Attendance is capped at 100, so please register here.

QUESTIONS? Contact´╗┐Tai Edwards at [email protected].

Learn more about Pauline Sharp and Kanza Chief Lucy by visiting kanzachieflucy.com.